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By understanding geography and its relationship to people, we can make better-informed decisions about the allocation of limited resources, improving access to care, and disaster preparedness and response. https://www.interaction.org/newsroom/blog/gis-mapping-technology-humanitarian-relief via @Interaction cc Missing Maps ProjectHumanitarian OpenStreetMap Team (HOT)
#GIS #Maps
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Maps are part of our daily life, but what if we couldn’t check them during a disaster?
Using #GIS technology we can analyze and see where natural disasters have previously occurred and how they have impacted the landscape.
http://bit.ly/2soKsMZ #maps #DRR #GIS
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Anywhere in the world where we have community, we can help people in need within hours. Airbnb launches welcome to provide free short-term housing to people in need. Join them by donating your home and help make a difference https://www.airbnb.com/welcome. #ict4refugees #refugeeswelcome #withrefugees
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Since 2016 Gnucoop is engaged in a big project is support of UNHCR, the UN Refugee Agency. We're developing an app to collect and analyse information concerns healthcare, water and sanitation, nutrition and food security sectors worldwide. We stand #WithRefugees World #RefugeeDay #ict4refugees #nerd4refugees http://ow.ly/MMDA30cJt8e
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We are very proud to be part of this acknowledgement http://www.coopi.org/en/coopi-ranked-top-ten-in-2017-risk-award/. In 2013 in Haiti, we supported COOPI on the development of a webGIS platform, namely SIRV-TAB, to help the municipality of Tabarre (in Port-au-Prince) and the National Civil Protection. In 2016 we signed a new framework agreement , for the use of our platform in four different projects in Haiti, Perù and Guatemala. More informations here https://www.gnucoop.com/category/drr/ #DRR
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Un breve racconto sulla nostra missione in Perù, per la formazione alla Municipalità di Rímac e dei suoi partners sull'utilizzo di Yago, la nostra piattaforma GIS per il DRR. Grazie infinite a COOPI per il supporto e la collaborazione! http://ow.ly/oQCh30byG6V
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Stiamo cercando un AngularJS v2+ developer da inserire nel team che lavora con UNHCR. Obiettivo principale del progetto è quello di sviluppare un singolo metodo di raccolta dati e di sviluppare una piattaforma web e mobile per l'analisi dei dati raccolti e la creazione di report. https://www.linkedin.com/jobs/cap/view/326911963/
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Sitamo cercando un AngularJS v2+ developer da inserire nel team che lavora con UNHCR. Obiettivo principale del progetto è quello di sviluppare un singolo metodo di raccolta dati e di sviluppare una piattaforma web e mobile per l'analisi dei dati raccolti e la creazione di report. https://www.linkedin.com/jobs/cap/view/326911963/
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#GIS platform to visualize the main threats and vulnerabilities, as well as resources available in the surrounding areas to foster crisis management, of Rimac District in #Lima in #Perù. Developed for COOPI http://ow.ly/ZtAu30bbimZ
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Gnucoop and The Standby Task Force are organizing an event about the use of digital tools to support information management during natural disasters and humanitarian crisis.
When a disaster or humanitarian emergency strikes, many organisations (public agencies, humanitarian responders, governmental and non governmental organisations) activate and try to provide their support. In these contexts, it’s very important to have access to and rely on trustworthy information. If used sensibly, social networks and digital tools have the potential to provide important pieces of information that were not accessible only up to few years ago. All the information here http://ow.ly/HY3s30aCfkt
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